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“Urgent works” must be carried out on the city roundabouts, many of which have been neglected and are now overgrown with grass, according to Fine Gael city councillor, Eddie Hoare.
The monthly meeting at County Hall was adjourned for five minutes on Monday as a mark of respect to the late Mark Killilea.
Cllr Colette Connolly says the decision to vary the City Development Plan and rezone recreational and amenity-zoned lands to facilitate the replacement of the Kirwan Roundabout to a signalized junction will not in any way solve the traffic problems in the city. Without any reference to priority being given to public transport the project simply permits a 15 per cent increase in the throughput of traffic, whereas the objective of the Galway Transport Strategy is to get more people using public transport and not facilitate private vehicular traffic.
Work to improve the state of Galway city's roundabouts will be completed over the next few weeks according to the Galway City Council.
After last Wednesday’s non-statutory public consultation at the Ballinfoile Community Centre, the N6 Kirwan Roundabout Improvement Scheme will move on to the assessment stage.
City councillors are in disagreement over plans to install a traffic lights controlled junction at the Menlo roundabout.
Westmeath County Council are to begin the process of implementing the latest Roundabout Advertisement Scheme covering 20 selected roundabouts across the county.
The approach road to Ireland West Airport could be named after the late Monsignor Horan following a proposal at the Claremorris Municipal District's monthly meeting this week. At the meeting Fine Gael councillor John Cribben put forward a motion at the meeting to call the R376 road which links up to the airport the Monsignor Horan Road. He also put forward a second motion calling for the roundabout at the entrance to the airport to be named the Monsignor Dominic Grealy Roundabout. Both of his motions received full backing from the elected members in the Municipal District.
Galway city councillors have lamented the state of roundabouts throughout the city at the council meeting on Monday.
Pedestrian crossings will be installed at three locations in the Knocknacarra area following funding of €500,000 being made available by the National Transport Agency to the Galway City Council.